Integrating Imaging into Musculoskeletal Practice - 1 Day course - Shoulder

INTEGRATING IMAGING INTO MUSCULOSKELETAL PRACTICE - 1 Day course - SHOULDER

The day includes understanding requesting, interpretation and competency of shoulder imaging.

MAPPED TO ROADMAP TO PRACTICE - FCP KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ATTRIBUTES

The day includes understanding requesting, interpretation and competency of shoulder imaging. Case study based- teaching, orientation, normal, normal variants, pathological images, evidence base of imaging and how to utilise it to enhance your existing clinical reasoning & patient care.

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the course you will:
- Know the indication for requesting basic imaging for the areas you have studied including lumbar spine, knee and shoulder
- Have a structured method of looking at these images
- Understand where imaging plays a role clinically and pit falls and advantages in the use of imaging and patient care
- Have an understanding of what is normal and what is abnormal in these images
- Have an idea of resources to help you develop your skills
- Discuss how you interpret imaging, imaging reports and how you discuss this with your MSK patients

You will not:
Be legally qualified to request radiology
Be legally covered to interpret radiological examinations or write imaging reports
Know everything about imaging these anatomical areas

Facilitator: Cathy Barrett BSc (Hons) MPhty.st MMACP FACP CSP, Specialist MSK Physiotherapist- Upper Quadrant

Cathy works in as a Shoulder specialist at Central Health Physiotherapy and the London Hypermobility Unit, and as an Honorary Lecturer and researcher at UCL. MSc teaching modules include Paediatric and Adolescent Sports Physiotherapy (UCL), Integrating imaging into advanced practice roles (Coventry University and MACP) and Advanced Shoulder Practice (KCL. Cathy works closely with Shoulder Surgeons throughout the UK, attends Radiology-led MDTs and frequently lectures at National and international conferences

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